Image Entertainment has officially announced the Blu-ray release of writer/director Jason Trost's All Superheroes Must Die, starring Trost, Lucas Till, James Remar, Sophie Merkley and Lee Valmassy. The superpowered actioner, which Chud.com says "tears [superhero conventions] to shreds," arrives on Blu-ray soon, on January 29, 2013.
All Superheroes Must Die follows four masked avengers – Charge (Trost), Cutthroat (Till), The Wall (Valmassy) and Shadow (Merkley) -- who find themselves stripped of their powers by their arch-nemesis (Remar), whom they defeated years earlier. Or so they thought. When the sinister mastermind puts the heroes through a series of brutal challenges that are virtually impossible to overcome, they must battle the clock, and even each other, in a race to stop a deadly countdown that could mean total destruction. Will the superheroes prevail, or will they be forced to meet their demise as mere human beings?
The BD/DVD Combo Pack features a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track but doesn't include any bonus content.
Stay away on this one.. Although the premise of this seemed interesting (at least that's what I thought when I saw it as VS at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival in 2011) it was a absolute waste of time. The film is pretty boring, there's no profanity and very little in the way of violence.. I can't really remember why the villain hated them at all, but it was less than memorable.. Give it a rent first, but buyer beware,..
@scoldsteve - there was a good bit of profanity, especially considering it was barely over 100 minutes.. I don't see how profanity has to do with how good a movie is though. and they never realy said why the villain hated them so much, it was incredibly vague
eh.. it wasn't THAT bad, I've actually seen worse. would I ever want to rewatch it? no.